Elena Martínez-Millana. Studied architecture at the Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain, and l’École d’Architecture Paris-Malaquais, France (2013), she has the double specialization of the Diploma in “Architectural Heritage Intervention”, and “Urban Planning and City Intervention”. She has collaborated in architectural offices such as UAPS, Paris and OAB, Catalonia. She has a Master in Advanced Architectural Design from the Polytechnic University of Madrid (2015), in the Landscape Architecture and Urbanism line. She is Predoctoral Fellow in the Architectural Design Department, Collective Housing Research Group (GIVCO) —supported by European Social Fund and the Community of Madrid—, and she is currently doing her doctoral thesis titled “Disassembling Domesticity: Habiting Heterotopias” under the direction of Andrés Cánovas, which has been awarded at the Spanish Biennial of Architecture and Urbanism XIV BEAU (2018) –Research Category–, and has been part of the exhibition contents of the Spanish Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale (2018). She has participated in several conferences such as “III International Conference on Gender and Architecture (MORE)”, “I International Conference in Architectural Communication (COCA)”, “I International Congress on Architecture Doctorates (IDA)” (2017), “III International Conference on Architectural Design & Criticism (Critic|all)” and “European Research in Architecture and Urbanism (EURAU)” (2018), amongst others.